So now that I have had my Instant Pot for a while I decided to post about things you can get with it. I must tell you the more things you try in your Instant Pot the MORE you will fall in love with it. It honestly grows on you so don’t be afraid to try something new. So I hope you enjoy my Must Have for Instant Pot List below.
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Here is my list of things I say you should own.
Instant Pot Tempered Glass Lid for Electric Pressure Cookers, 9″, Stainless Steel
This is great when you use your Instant Pot as a slow cooker.
Instant Pot Inner Pot with 3 Ply Bottom, 6 quart, Stainless Steel
If you use your Instant Pot a lot it is nice to have an extra bowl. I use mine 5 times a week so I grabbed one.
Instant Pot Silicone Sealing Ring – Two Pack
You don’t have to have this but it is nice to have an extra one around so when your Instant Pot needs replacing you have already and don’t have to wait to get a new seal.
Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Accessories Silicone Starter Kit – Two Mini Mitts, Pot Holder and Suction Lid
This is great when you are using the steam baskets You can get out easier. The lid is great if you just want to have leftovers. You simply cover then the next day take off and warm up.
Vegetable Steamers Basket – 8″ – Heat Resistant Silicone –
This is great for veggies, I wouldn’t use this with anything greasy.
Premium Vegetable Steamer Basket – 5.5-9.3″
I use this one for tamales or anything greasy. Plus veggies sometimes. This would be my favorite one.
Springform Pan, MCIRCO 7″ Non-stick Cake Pan Cheesecake Pan Leakproof Round Pan 7 Inch Cake Pan for Instant Pot with Removable Waffle Bottom and Quick-Release Latch Red Coating
If you love cheesecakes, then you must get this item.
Preferred Non-Stick 4-Inch Mini Fluted Pan with Center Tube
If you are making some recipes they need to be floated in water and this is great way to keep your dish from touching the water. If you check out blog you will see our stuffing recipe that we used this with.